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Vintage Blue Art Glass Tomahawk
Vintage Blue Art Glass Tomahawk

This is a vintage art glass tomahawk made in Cambridge, Ohio by the Crystal Art Glass Compant between 1947 and 1964. It is complete with the basic stereotypical Indian on the front in full headress.

$45.00
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Vintage Ohio Souvenir Money Clip
Vintage Ohio Souvenir Money Clip

This old money clip is as sturdy as the day it was new. It is made of copper, I think, but it could be brass. Anyway it is old and tarnished but it may shine up nicely if that is the look you want. It was a souvenir of Columbus Ohio with a stereotype Indian in full headdress for some reason.

$24.00
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Bone Hair Pipe Beads – Fur Trade Era
Bone Hair Pipe Beads – Fur Trade Era

These are highly patinated old breastplate beads. We have several of these but I am not sure of their history. The ones in the picture are the ones you will receive.

$34.00
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Bone Hair Pipe Beads – Fur Trade Era
Bone Hair Pipe Beads – Fur Trade Era

These are highly patinated old breastplate beads. We have several of these but I am not sure of their history

$34.00
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Beaded Purse Display
Beaded Purse Display

This purse was hand crafted by Native Americans to sell as a tourist souvineer in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s. The beads are all a bit different and of varying sizes. this indicates it is a very early variety. The pictures show the detailed craftsmanship. They also show the wear from heavy use and past encounters with bugs. Both sides show heavy wear but still makes an artistic display. It is temporarily housed in a hinged glass faced case with just a seed bag cloth backing.

$125.00
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Primitive Hand Forged Wrought Iron Food Chopper
Primitive Hand Forged Wrought Iron Food Chopper

This is a very nice early food chopper. It is excellent condition and still has a very sharp blade. The handle is solid and strong. It shows the skill of the early american blacksmiths. It will last another 200 years even if it is put back into service. I use one very similar to this one and just love it. Free delivery.

$48.00
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Native American Made Souvineers
Native American Made Souvineers

Here we have two very stereotypical roadside souvineers made around the 1920’s-1930’s. They are both well made and made by Native American artists. There is a lot of beadwork in these for the money. They are also guaranteed to be old and authentic.

$45.00
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Southern Ohio Clay Trade Pipe
Southern Ohio Clay Trade Pipe

Here is another pipe that was found in a field in southern Ohio, There had apparently been a factory there at one time as we found many at this location. It is in great condition and has very nice patina.

$32.00
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Antique Baseball Mitt / Glove
Antique Baseball Mitt / Glove

This is an awesome Baily and Himes ball glove. This one is from the days of the baseball greats. The lack of a web and finger laces tell how old it is. It is in good condition with no rips or tears in the leather. It has normal use wear and the strap is in good shape. The leather remains soft and pliable but probably could use some oil. It even fits my big hand. This one is man cave material and worthy of top shelf display.

$225.00
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Vintage Kachina  Doll
Vintage Kachina Doll

This is a great example of vintage Southwestern Native American artwork. It has a natural wood detachable stand. The doll is approximately &” tall without the stand. The stand adds  a bit over 2″ to it’s height.There has been some resroration work to one of his arms. This makes a great display with the natural wood stand.

$145.00
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Very Old Seamans Knife – H.G.Long – Sheffeld
Very Old Seamans Knife – H.G.Long – Sheffeld

Here is a really old Seaman’s Knife. It was made in Sheffeld England around the mid-1800’s.  It has a carved horn handle with great patina and is in very good shape for it’s age.

$235.00
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Civil War Medal – 76th Illinois Regiment
Civil War Medal – 76th Illinois Regiment

This 150+ year old metal is a museum quality Civil War Relic. It is from the 76th Infantry Regiment of the Illinois Volunteer Union Army based out of Kankakee, Illinois. The 76th was mustered Aug. 22nd 1862 and had a long history in the Civil War including fighting under General Grant at several locations such as the seige of Vicksburg. It also fought under General Sherman at Jackson Mississippi where it lost 102 men, 16 of which were left on the field. The 76th fought in the last major battle of the war at Fort Blakely Alabama where it helped capture an intire Confererate garrison and suffered heavy lossed. Unfortunately that battle was fought hours after Lee had already surrendered  The regiment then traveled to Chicago where it was disbanded on August 6,1865. Over 250 men were killed in battle and by disease it their 3 year tenure. I am sure this is worth much more than my asking price.

 

For more info  :https://civilwarindex.com/armyil/76th_il_infantry.html

$195.00
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